Brookfield Public Schools Transition to Full Remote Learning After COVID Spike

After a COVID-19 outbreak in Brookfield Public School District, Superintendent Dr. John Barile together with Director of Public Health Dr. Raymond Sullivan and the Board of Education, decided to close schools until after November 3. "Our goal is to return to a normal school schedule as soon as it is safe, and will keep you informed," First Selectman Steve Dunn said.
According to Dunn, Brookfield schools have reported over 14 instances of either confirmed cases of COVID or staff and students who had direct contact with a positive person across three of our schools. This increase over the weekend and Monday precipitated the schools going back to remote learning until after November 3rd.


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